It was your typical fairy tale wedding day: heavy rain, 60+ mph winds, a little flooding, and a couple who decided to roll with it. Corianne & Daniel were calm and happy together while a nor’easter raged outside, but by looking at them you would never know.
When shooting a wedding for a member of the Moroccan Sheepherders, be prepared for a roller coaster ride of raw energy, passion, and (of course) non-stop amazing music! Nicole & Darren were the epitome of the perfect couple as they danced together all night. Nicole looked spectacular, and Darren brought down the house singing to his bride. The energy flowing through the band made the atmosphere electric, matched only by the sparks flying between the bride and groom.
I always look forward to an Irish wedding. You’re guaranteed smiles, good music, great dancing, and genuine emotions throughout the day. Meghan & Ryan took to Pat’s 30 Acres after saying “I do”, to keep the smiles and dancing going for the rest of the night.
On a beautiful summer day in Bradley Beach, Linda & Doug met one another to say “I do”. In true Jersey fashion, they followed that up with a private concert by the E-Street Shuffle Band at Uva, playing all of Bruce’s hits. The room didn’t stop dancing for the rest of the night, with the newlyweds in the middle of it all.
From Scandinavia to Pennsylvania, Kristy & Jakob traveled together to exchange vows. Arm in arm, they had their first look nearby the beautiful Renaissance Hotel and we began shooting around Philadelphia. These two were so easygoing, they didn’t even blink when authorities chased us out of a national park we “mistakenly” wandered into. With some appropriate Swedish music in the background and family all around, they lit up the dance floor for the rest of the night.